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Pranab’s statement evokes protest in Lok Sabha
‘Sending FIA team to India under study’
Gilani says New Delhi has asked for a team’s visit to probe 26/11 attacks
Rajus’ bail applications dismissed
HYDERABAD: A court here on Wednesday again dismissed the bail applications of the former Satyam Computer Services chairman, B. Ramalinga Raju, his brother Rama Raju and the former Chief Financial Officer, Srinivas Vadlamani. This is the ...
China, India will continue to grow, says Amartya Sen
SINGAPORE: China and India “will continue to grow,” though “quite a bit slower than it is today.” This, according to Economics Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, “is not only good news for the Chinese and the Indians, it ...
DMK withdraws appeal against Jayalalithaa in Supreme Court
The party had challenged acquittal of former Chief Minister and Selvaganapathy
A nightwatchman: Jaitley
NEW DELHI: Lashing out at the UPA government for “compromising” the internal security of the nation and also jeopardising a booming economy, senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley on Wednesday warned Parliament that the nation was ...
U.S. to “thoroughly study” Swat deal
Extremists there posed a direct threat to world, says Hillary
Sri Lanka: political process soon
Send envoy to assess Colombo’s initiatives on civilian needs, U.N. told
Pakistan hints at seeking custody of Ajmal ‘Kasab’
Huge rise in food prices foreseen
Half the food produced today is lost or wasted: U.N.
New-look outfit for Indian ODI team
Mumbai: Nike India, official apparel partner of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), launched the Indian cricket team’s new ‘dry-fit technology’ kit for One-Day Internationals. The team will be seen in ...
Cook helps England consolidate
Graeme Swann’s five-wicket haul restricts West Indies
A ‘no-pictures’ diktat
No photos of the police, under new British law
Some parallels between two great lives
Gandhiji’s grandsons discuss non-violence and ethnic co-existence at San Diego event
CMDA toes government line on premium FSI
CHENNAI: The Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority that was earlier opposed to the introduction of premium FSI (Floor Space Index) within the city has changed its position and toed the State government line. This decision overrules ...
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